BlackBerry announced today that it is adding a quantum-resistant code signing server to its array of cryptography tools. The new solution will allow software to be digitally signed using a scheme that will be hard to break with a quantum computer.
A European team of cryptographers, cryptologists and programming specialists have developed a new application they claim will revolutionize the world of mobile communication. They claim that it is in fact more secure that talking to someone face-to-face.
BlackBerry has announced that, for the second year running, the company has achieved the highest score in all six use cases of the Gartner Critical Capabilities for High-Security Mobility Management.
At the RSA Conference in the US Monday, Blackberry announced a partnership with ISARA Corporation, a provider of quantum-resistant cryptography. ISARA and InfoSec Global also unveiled the first commercial product offering.